Abraj Kudai: The world’s biggest hotel with 10,000 rooms to open in Saudi Arabia
The 45-storey Abraj Kudai hotel will have 4 helipads on the roof Dubai will no longer be considered the quintessential Mecca of the largest structures.
The 45-storey Abraj Kudai hotel will have 4 helipads on the roof Dubai will no longer be considered the quintessential Mecca of the largest structures as Saudi Arabia is all set to build the world’s biggest hotel by 2017.
The Abraj Kudai hotel will be located at the Manafia area in Mecca’s central zone, only 2.2 km south of the Holy Kaaba. Rising 45 storeys to accommodate 10,000 rooms, the Abraj Kudai will also host 70 restaurants, food courts, a bus station, shopping mall, conference centre. shopping mall, conference centre and a ballroom.
Along with five floors dedicated entirely to the Saudi royal family, the hotel will comprise of 12 towers standing atop a 10-storey podium and centred around a massive dome.
Funded by the Saudi Ministry of Finance and designed by the Dar AlH and asah group, the estimated cost of building the world’s largest hotel is about $3.6 billion. Offering an unprecedented level of luxury to travellers, the hotel also has plans to hold four helipads on the roof. The project, including a residential and commercial complex, will offer all related services for the visitors of the Holy Kaaba.
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